10 Books Being Made Into to Movies We Are SO Excited About in 2016

literally cannot wait!

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Some of the greatest Hollywood movies ever made were based
on adaptations form bestselling novels. 2016 being no different, we look
forward to movie adaptations of some these old and new bestsellers.

1) Allegiant by Veronica Roth

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This is a third installment of the bestselling Divergent series by author Veronica Roth based in a dystrophic future. We continue to follow the adventure of Tris and her other allies as the go on to discover what's on the other side of the fence. Release date: March 16th.

2) Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll

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Lewis Carol's sequel to Alice in Wonderland, this movie continues to follow Alice's surrealistic adventures and stars Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp. Release date: May 27th

3) Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

This bestselling love story by Jojo Moyes draws us into the world of Louisa who forms a bond with Will, the paralytic man she is employed to help. Emilia Clark stars as Louisa.Release date: June 3

4) The BFG by Ronald Dahl

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This popular classic children's book by author Roald Dahl follows the adventures of Sophie as she befriends a large and friendly dream-weaving giant. The movie is to be directed by Steven Spielberg. Release date : July 1st

5) The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins

In this nail biting mystery thriller by Paula Hawkins, a
women thinks she might have some information regarding a crime involving a
couple she sees on her train commute. The movie stars Emily Blunt and is one of
the most anticipated movies of 2016.

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Release date: Oct 7th

6) Inferno by Dan Brown

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The best selling Da Vinci Code series by Dan Brown continues
with Robert Langdon's latest adventures as her strives to stop another
international scheme following clues of Dante's divine comedy. The movie stars
Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones.

Release date: Oct 14th

7) Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them by J.K Rowling

Author J.K. Rowling revisits her Harry Potter universe with this much-anticipated new trilogy starring Eddie Redmayne. Release date: Nov 18th

8) Looking for Alaska by John Green

The First novel by 'Fault in Our Stars' author John Green takes us on the journey of a love story of a cerebral teen and is being made into a move by the same team as Fault in our Stars. Release date: Unknown

9) The Choice by Nicolas Spark

New York Times #1 best selling author Nicolas Spark's movies have always been bi hits such as The Notebook and a Walk to Remember. The Choice promises to draw us back into his special world of romance. Release date: Feb 15th 

10) How to be single by Liz Tuccillo

Author Liz Tuccillo of 'He's just not that into you " fame takes us on the adventures of Juilie who travels the world to study the dating habits of other women. The movie stars Dakota Johnson. Release date: Feb 12th

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